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Problem with offet table and circles
« on: January 24, 2019, 09:04:19 PM »
Hello all

Been using Mach3 for years now (basic user) and just decided to try and use the fixture offsets. I've always just used the default table (G54), although honestly until today I've never really looked at that screen let alone press any buttons.

So I set up a fixture for G55. Problem is now my code as lots of strange giant circles everywhere. Doesn't matter whether I select G55 or go back to G54, previously good code now has lots of stange circles.

Looking both here and Google, I've tried added G90.1 & G91.1, also changing IJ MODE under the GENERAL CONFIG tab. Neither seems to help. The exact same code also works fine on my main PC where I do all the development, but transferred back to the cutting machine PC and it goes crazy.

Any ideas?

Cheers - Matt

EDIT -> Here's the first bit of code, it goes crazy after about the 3rd or 4th G2 (code originally generated by the Mach3 Text wizard)

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G00 G49 G40  G17 G80 G50 G90
G21
M08
G00 Z2
G00 G90 X291.7595Y155
F250
G00 X291.7595 Y155
G00 Z0.2
G01 Z-0.03
G01 X292.9675 Y155
G01 X292.9675 Y161.136
G02 X293.0345 Y161.787 I296.0055 J161.152
G02 X293.7035 Y162.869 I294.8175 J161.432
G02 X294.9085 Y163.172 I294.7005 J161.452
G02 X296.1235 Y162.519 I294.8375 J161.582
G02 X296.3875 Y161.659 I294.8555 J161.659
G02 X296.3755 Y161.466 I294.8555 J161.659
G02 X295.7655 Y160.42 I295.0365 J161.546
G02 X294.7375 Y160.118 I294.7105 J162.109
G02 X293.4555 Y160.112 I293.9895 J181.921
G01 X293.4555 Y158.996
G01 X294.8335 Y158.996
G02 X295.8125 Y158.834 I294.9085 J156.41
G02 X296.3375 Y158.329 I295.4525 J157.936
G02 X296.5395 Y157.309 I293.8765 J157.309
G00 Z2
« Last Edit: January 24, 2019, 09:09:22 PM by mutski47 »
Re: Problem with offet table and circles
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2019, 10:14:23 PM »
SOLVED!

I tried just G90.1 by itself and not G91.1 also and that seems to work (or was it the other way around?).

Don't really comprehend what's happening, but it works.

Matt